‘Glee’ ‘Special Education’ Songs — Season 2, Episode 9

‘Glee’ crew working hard for all-day of the whole year to get back the Sectionals, and Season 2, Episode ready for the new direction of competition.

Now onwards Kurt has been transferred to Dalton Academy in last week’s episode so it difficult for them to do it without him. ‘Furt’ now is the Warbler, and Blaine (Darren Criss) backing them up on the Train hit ‘Hey, Soul Sister’ Episode.

Here, Kurt and Rachel have been Awarded for Supreme Diva Moment for performing in ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’ in the Musical production ‘Evita’. Did you think Kurt walks away in silence?

New Direction also has some heavy competition from the senior gang named as the Hipsters. Which one will perform the ‘Mike and the Mechanics’ song from ‘The Living Years’.

But, Rachel finds out that affair between Finn and Santana, this matter makes Rachel emotionally distraught, Quinn and Sam had their chance to prove that nobody in the corner. The couple will perform ‘(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life’, originally recorded by Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley and this song featured in the 1987 film ‘Dirty Dancing’.

This Episode also features New Direction of rousing to cover of Florence and the Machine’s indie smash ‘Dog Day Are Over’ and allow Santana to have the chance to shine with a rendition of ‘The Zutons’ in ‘Valerie’.

The song listed below, and head over to AOL Radio’s ‘Glee’ Radio to hear songs from past episodes.

Special Education’ Songs List:

  1. ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’ (from ‘Evita’) from Kurt and Rachel.
  2. ‘The Living Years’ (Mike and the Mechanics) from The Hipsters.
  3. ‘Hey, Soul Sister’ (Train) from Blaine and the Dalton Academy Warblers.
  4. ‘(I’ve Had) The Time of my Life’ (Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes) from Sam and Quinn.
  5. ‘Valerie’ (The Zutons) from Santana.
  6. ‘Dog Days Are Over’ (Florence and the Machine) from New Directions.

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